Peter Andre battles coronavirus at home as he celebrates daughter Amelia’s seventh birthday.
The 47-year-old singer reportedly tested positive for the virus earlier this week after feeling “extremely tired and uncomfortable”.
However, today (January 7th) the fond father made a brave face when he showered his youngest daughter with presents.
When did Peter Andre test positive for coronavirus?
The Mysterious Girl singer is said to have been badly hit by the bug, although he didn’t know how it caught it.
A source said The sun: “Peter felt uncomfortable a few days ago, but little did he know that he had COVID, although he felt extremely tired and uncomfortable.
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“He decided to have a test to make sure that he was feeling very weak, which is unusual for him and that he sometimes has difficulty breathing.”
Since then, Pete has “rarely been out and has spent most of the time at home with his family”.
Peter’s management has since confirmed the news and has revealed that he is “doing fine”.
Despite the quarantine at home, the family managed to celebrate daughter Amelia’s birthday.
Peter celebrates Amelia’s birthday
The father of four went on Instagram on the occasion when he published a selection of his daughter’s gifts.
Alongside the recording, he wrote: “Happy 7th birthday to my beautiful, friendly and incredibly clever daughter Amelia.
“I love you to the moon and back … and back.
“It will be calm, but still as special as ever, even if it is distant. Ps thanks to @tofclass_ for the short term delivery of our balloons. Amazing.”
Peter and his doctor Emily also share their four-year-old son Theo.
Meanwhile, the star welcomed Junior (15) and Princess (13) with ex-wife Katie Price.
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It comes after Peter reveals that he was devastated when he was unable to see his poor mother in Australia due to travel restrictions.
The singer even contacted the Australian embassy to see his parents, who are both in their mid-eighties.
Opening in his New! In the magazine, Peter said, “I’m excited to see the borders open because it’s annoying not to see them, especially since my mother is not doing very well.”
He continued, “I actually contacted the Australian Embassy because there are special circumstances that family members can skim, but unfortunately I don’t meet the criteria.”
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